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This's the discontinued Commodore Pearry recipe that Charlie Noble posted on their blog. Haven't mixed this one up yet, but looks fairly tasty.
The blog post didn't give any sort of steeping time. I'd recommend a week, just to be safe.
Original blog post here;
Always been a big fan of custards. Always been a big fan of butterscotch. Always been a big fan of vanilla. This is the outcome of a dirty threesome on a hot summer night in the bed of an El Camino during a drought. I present to you: Custard Fucker.
Jokes aside, this is my attempt at a thick, creamy butterscotch custard with vanilla that lingers in the mouth afterwards. I honestly wasn't expecting much when I was putting this recipe together but I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome. Please try this out and let me know how you feel about it, onwards to the notes!
CAP VCv2, FA Custard, CAP Golden Butter and FA Meringue - These come together to bring the custard base. I wanted to make a more buttery custard for the base so that way the vanillas would really seem to pop and not just settle in with the base. CAP VCv2 is more buttery that the v1, and provides a decent mouth feel by itself. FA Custard is different because I feel like it has a hint of lemon to it, but at 1% the lemon doesn't intrude upon the rest of the recipe and just adds to the thickness. CAP Golden butter helps in making the custard more noticeably buttery and FA Meringue helps to add to that mouth feel.
FLV Butterscotch and FW Butterscotch Ripple - I wanted a nice butterscotch that was somewhere in between a hard candy and a gooey drizzle. FW Butterscotch Ripple was an obvious choice because in itself it is exactly what I am looking for. However, I felt as though it needed to be more pronounced without taking over the recipe entirely, so that is where FLV Butterscotch comes into play; it just helps to make the butterscotch aspect more present in the entire recipe.
CAP French Vanilla and FA Vanilla Tahity - These are the vanillas that I chose to incorporate in this recipe. Anytime I make a custard, I always use CAP French Vanilla due to it's richness and how well it works in custards; you can't go wrong with adding it to a custard. Like the butterscotch portion, I wanted to boost the vanilla and that is where FA Vanilla Tahity comes into play. At 1%, this helps accentuate the vanilla in the recipe without overpowering anything else.
Sweetener is subjective but I tend to have a sweet tooth.
And there it is! Mix it up and please let me know what you think!
Profile: A sweet, moist, vape loaded with corn flavor. Mexican Sweet Corn Cake is a traditional side dish served in Mexican restaurants here in Southern California. It has a dryer consistency than a Corn Pudding with less whole kernel corn and more slightly mushy cake.
The Body: CAP Cereal 27 provides the corn base for this recipe. It has the right flavor for the foundation but lacks the proper texture and sweetness. The addition of JF Yellow Cake and INW Biscuit bring out the texture and mouth feel that make this recipe taste like a slightly dry and crumbly corn cake. CAP Vanilla Custard V2 is crucial in this mix as it adds the moisture needed to add a slightly mushy texture without being too eggy like it would with v1.
Supporting Flavors: The combination of CAP Butter Cream and TFA Sweet Cream add a sweetened condensed milk note that delights the palette. This moves the overall flavor a little closer to a creamed corn. It is very subtle but present.
Steep time: It actually tastes great as a Shake N Vape but really comes to life after 2-3 weeks. The depth of flavor and mouth feel are spot on with a full months steep.
This is a very simple Blueberry Custard recipe.
Vanilla Custard V2 (CAP) provides the base for a good custard but lacks a bit of depth. By itself it is a good custard with some nice egg notes. The addition of New York Cheesecake V2 (CAP) and Bavarian Cream (FA) combine to add a richness and thick mouth feel that really brings the custard together.
Blueberry Candy (TPA) mixed with Blueberry Extra (TPA) and Forest Mix (FA) combine to make a sweet blueberry compote that has been loosely stirred into the vanilla custard.
This recipe tastes very good right after a good shake but it has a little bit of harshness. Give it a couple weeks and it is much smoother. After four weeks it is a very nice blueberry vanilla custard that will continue to develop over the next few weeks, if it lasts that long.
Trying to replicate tantedampf.de's (Berlin's best vape shop) "Rhabarberkadabra",
which is a rather sweet rhubarb/strawberry blend with a hint of vanilla custard.
As of now, I'm not all that close to the original but do love it, anyway.
It's way less sweet than the original, so I ordered a couple of alternatives to my current 1,5% CremeFresh topping in order to try and get closer to the original's sweetness.
Nevertheless, this rather sour incarnation is a pretty nice vape in it's own right, already!
I couldn't find any brand name Rhubarb flavouring here in Germany, so mine is actually "[FlavourDorado] Rhabarber" (German supplier/repackager?) and not "[INW] Rhubarb".
FlavourDorado's proposed dosage range says 1.5 - 2.5 % for their Rhubarb
You will want to adjust your percentages based on your particular Rhubarb flavouring
If anyone has an idea about which bigger brand name flavouring FlavourDorado is repackaging, please let me know!
I once had the chance to vape an ejuice from my friend premium collection and i liked it. It was Vape Mail eliquid and it was yummy lemony juice of sort. I only tried couple of vapes from his tank and decided to mix something similar.
So the taste is something close to Vape mail and i liked it so much and made some friends try it and they did also liked it. But still feel it needs some boosting, in the meanwhile if anyone decided to try it let me know how it goes with you.
Do appreciate feedbacks folks.
The one thing im sure about is catalan cream is spot on in this recipe, it has that lemon note to it and it indeed assist LM pie great deal